185 homeowner Wine Cellar Design Photos

Beckwith Interiors
5 Reviews
Pool House & Wine Cellar
Ideabooks16,811
Questions12
It's a wine cellar, a cathedral-like space in acrylic that glows blue. I could see the homeowner realizing after this was installed, "I need a glass floor to show off this space!"
“Crazy wine” — wendyrupp
Bagnato Architects
RESIDENTIAL CHURCH CONVERSION
Ideabooks4,747
Questions8
8. Don’t be afraid go up the wall, much like the wine storage in this photo. As the room is quite narrow, the homeowner wisely decided to store the wine bottles sideways. To store as many bottles as possible, he’s gone ahead and used the wall in its entirety, creating
“Feature wall southern end??” — Duncan Constructions
Normal Projects
1 Review
Partywall// White Lacquer Cabinetry and Storage with Integral LED Lighting
Ideabooks359
Questions0
One side has storage shelves for wineglasses, with a keg tap and a refrigerator beneath. The other displays the homeowner’s liquor collection on a separate cabinet piece hung directly into the wall and backlit with LEDs to create a floating appearance. Horizontal surfaces
to a wood-paneled 1970s bachelor pad, Chen says. The right cabinet was designed as a two-faced piece with a door that has a display window. The homeowner can flip the door to display bottles or an art object.
wink” to a wood-paneled 1970s bachelor pad, Chen says. The right cabinet was designed as a two-faced piece with a door that has a display window. The homeowner can flip the door to display bottles or an art object.
“Good” — cheng87061
Loudoun County Interior Designer
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Martha O'Hara Interiors
88 Reviews
Merilane Avenue Residence 2 Wine Cellar
Ideabooks1,764
Questions3
utmost importance was that we create spaces for the homeowners lifestyle: wine & art collecting, entertaining, fitness room & sauna. We placed fine art at sight-lines & points of interest throughout the home, and we create rooms dedicated to the homeowners other interests. Interior Design & Furniture by
Our goal was to build and furnish a European-inspired home that feels like ‘home,’ accommodates parties with over one hundred guests, and suits the homeowners throughout their lives. We used a variety of stones, millwork, wallpaper, and faux finishes to compliment the large spaces & natural light. We chose
“door” — ameliadevito
Landmark Builders
8 Reviews
Landmark Builders
Ideabooks87
Questions0
This bench was used by homeowner to keep guest from walking
a showpiece for this homeowner.
“darker walls with tile” — natellaj
Basements & Beyond
4 Reviews
Tuscan Wine Cellar
Ideabooks740
Questions0
In this section of the wine cellar, the homeowner makes his own wine and stores various types in the wine kegs for bottling.
“Stools” — eclary811
Lane Homes & Remodeling Inc.
4 Reviews
Tuscan-Style Tasting & Wine Rooms
Ideabooks769
Questions0
Tuscan flavored wine tasting room and wine cellar offer a luxurious escape for the homeowners of this magnificent Italian inspired country estate. This is the view of the wine cellar.
“Wine cellar” — antoinetted
Ward-Young Architecture & Planning - Truckee, CA
Wine Cellar & Tasting Room
Ideabooks2,439
Questions5
It was the homeowner’s request that the fireplace be placed in the wine tasting room. The homeowner wanted to have the ability to warm the room temporarily to a comfortable temperature for occasional dinners a few times a year. Otherwise, the room is kept cool to protect the wine. Additionally, this
It was the homeowner’s request that the fireplace be placed in the wine tasting room/building. The homeowner wanted to have the ability to warm the room temporarily to a comfortable temperature for occasional dinners a few times a year. Otherwise, the room is kept cool to protect the wine. Additionally
It was the homeowner’s request that the fireplace be placed in the wine tasting room. The homeowner wanted to have the ability to warm the room temporarily to a comfortable temperature for occasional dinners
“neat” — JANICE DERRY
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